“It’s all in your head.”
“Your doctors are wrong.”
“You don’t really feel as bad as you say you do.”
“You must not really be in that much pain because you look fine.”
These words are far too common in the ears of chronic pain patients. They can make one feel isolated, alone, and as if nobody cares.
One of my patients told me the other day, “My husband doesn’t believe I’m in as much pain as I say I am. He thinks it’s all psychological.”
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